State of Muslims in America: Online Seminar with Hussein Rashid – The Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Harvard University

State of Muslims in America: Online Seminar with Hussein Rashid - The Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Harvard UniversityDate: September 1, 2011 – 7:00pm – 8:00pm Speaker: Dr. Hussein Rashid

Join us for a presentation and discussion with scholar Hussein Rashid. As part of our programming surrounding the 10th anniversary of Sept. 11th, 2001, this webinar will explore the issues of Islamophobia with a focus on the progress and challenges that have developed in the ten years since Sept. 11th, 2001.

Register for this webinar here.

Dr. Rashid is an academic, activist, and lecturer. He received his MA and PhD from Harvard’s Near Eastern Languages and Cultures where his dissertation focused on the role of music as a means of integration amongst South Asian immigrants to the US and the UK. His larger research interest is the representation and self-representation of Muslims in America. Learn more about Dr. Rashid’s work here.

Once registered, participants will be given a URL for the virtual classroom location.

via State of Muslims in America: One-Session Webinar | The Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Harvard University.

One thought on “State of Muslims in America: Online Seminar with Hussein Rashid – The Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Harvard University

  1. Dr. Husein Rashid is a visionary and has outstanding ability to convey the message to the public that has not been exposed to Islam. His work is commendable and very impressive to the intellecuals. Keep it up.

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